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A (Mostly) Gay Guide To Folsom Street Fair Weekend Parties

A (Mostly) Gay Guide To Folsom Street Fair Weekend Parties

A brief guide to the goings-on for these high holidays for the gay segment of Folsom Street Fair fans. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Well Loved Juhu Beach Club Set To Close In Oakland, Reopen Later, Somewhere

Well Loved Juhu Beach Club Set To Close In Oakland, Reopen Later, Somewhere

Chef-owner Preeti Mistry promises another iteration, somewhere down the line. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Facebook Finally Comes To SF, Leases Entire Office Portion Of 181 Fremont

Facebook Finally Comes To SF, Leases Entire Office Portion Of 181 Fremont

The rumor of three months ago is confirmed, and Facebook will be taking 50 floors of the new high-rise, which is set for completion by the end of the year. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Exclusive: Bubbles Recorded This Love Letter Track To San Francisco Two Months Before He Was Killed

Exclusive: Bubbles Recorded This Love Letter Track To San Francisco Two Months Before He Was Killed

After his last trip to Berlin, and before he was set to leave SF for good, he recorded an hour-and-twenty-minute track of extemporaneous thoughts and memories set to electro music. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Day Around The Bay: Lucky 13′s Got A Year

Day Around The Bay: Lucky 13's Got A Year

Caltrans under fire for a crass "look both ways" campaign, Uber's in an ugly legal battle with an ad agency, and Bay Area schools are considering getting rid of letter grades. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

SFist To-Do List: 12 Cool Things To Check Out This Week

The weird weather (for September) is over, and it's a warm and sunny week ahead. In addition to this weekend's Folsom Street Fair and all the attending gay and BDSM parties that come with that, there's plenty more to do, [Read entire story]

California’s Foie Gras Ban May Be Back On, Pending An Appeal

California's Foie Gras Ban May Be Back On, Pending An Appeal

This would be a second appeal following a 2015 federal court decision that struck down the California law, which took effect in 2012. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Facebook Censors Reject Completely Tame Folsom Street Fair Ad, Then Reverse Themselves

Facebook Censors Reject Completely Tame Folsom Street Fair Ad, Then Reverse Themselves

Some more anti-Facebook LGBTQ outrage erupted late last week when the GLBT Historical Society had a totally safe-for-work, entirely tame ad they wanted to post seeking volunteers for their booth at this weekend's Folsom [Read entire story]

Taylor Mac: A Joyfully Liberal Carnival Barker To Get Us Through These Terrible Times

Taylor Mac: A Joyfully Liberal Carnival Barker To Get Us Through These Terrible Times

It is neither a careful history lesson, nor a thorough 24-decade survey of music, popular or otherwise -- and it is also not a drag show in any traditional sense, nor a concert piece, nor a theater production like [Read entire story]

Video: Warriors Help Stranded Hurricane Irma Shelter Pets

Video: Warriors Help Stranded Hurricane Irma Shelter Pets

Much like there were thousands of shelter pets that needed to be relocated following the massive flooding with Hurricane Harvey in and around Houston, there are tons of four-legged friends that needed relocation from [Read entire story]

This Week In SF Food: Waxman’s Gone For Good, City Beer Store Grows, And More

This Week In SF Food: Waxman's Gone For Good, City Beer Store Grows, And More

More drama at Caffe Trieste, South Park Cafe closes, and more. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

The Temptations Get The Biographical Jukebox Treatment They Needed With ‘Ain’t Too Proud’

The Temptations Get The Biographical Jukebox Treatment They Needed With 'Ain't Too Proud'

Berkeley Rep appears set to send another world-premiere hit to Broadway. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Recent SF Murder Seems Certain To Figure Into Sanctuary City Debate

Recent SF Murder Seems Certain To Figure Into Sanctuary City Debate

One of the suspects had been arrested several months earlier and ICE had issued a detainer request for him to the SF Sheriff's Department that the department did not honor, due to the city's sanctuary city policy. [ [Read entire story]

Day Around The Bay: SF Officially Becomes America’s Wealthiest Urban Area

Day Around The Bay: SF Officially Becomes America's Wealthiest Urban Area

A deep dive into the Transbay Transit Center project, Lucky 13 site has a buyer, and SF apparently ignored its own plan for handling major heatwaves, during the heatwave. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Day Around The Bay: SF Officially Becomes America’s Wealthiest Urban Area

A deep dive into the Transbay Transit Center project, Lucky 13 site has a buyer, and SF apparently ignored its own plan for handling major heatwaves, during the heatwave. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Full Speaker List For ‘Free Speech Week’ Includes Ex-Googler James Damore, InfoWars Radio Host Mike Cernovich

Full Speaker List For 'Free Speech Week' Includes Ex-Googler James Damore, InfoWars Radio Host Mike Cernovich

The Milo Yiannopoulos-organized, mysteriously funded, very possibly still-to-be-cancelled "Free Speech Week" at Berkeley, which is set to begin a week from Sunday, has quite a roster of controversial names on its full [Read entire story]

‘An American In Paris’ Brings Gershwin Tunes To Vivid Life At The Orpheum

'An American In Paris' Brings Gershwin Tunes To Vivid Life At The Orpheum

Perhaps the most ambitious and successful Broadway throwback confection in recent years is this Tony Award-winning production that just opened via SHN this week. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

‘An American In Paris’ Brings Gershwin Tunes To Vivid Life At The Orpheum

Perhaps the most ambitious and successful Broadway throwback confection in recent years is this Tony Award-winning production that just opened via SHN this week. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Facebook And Google AdWords Allow ‘Jew Hating’ Target Categories For Advertisers

Facebook And Google AdWords Allow 'Jew Hating' Target Categories For Advertisers

Reporters at Pro Publica were able to pay Facebook $30 for promoted posts targeting groups of users who matched categories "Jew hater,"; "How to burn jews," and, "Hitler did nothing wrong." [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Facebook And Google AdWords Allow ‘Jew Hating’ Target Categories For Advertisers

Reporters at Pro Publica were able to pay Facebook $30 for promoted posts targeting groups of users who matched categories "Jew hater,"; "How to burn jews," and, "Hitler did nothing wrong." [ more › ] [Read entire story]